SAN ANTONIO, Aug. 28, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Drivers are often wary of a vehicle that promises to deliver unmatched efficiency because those vehicles tend to make compromises on other areas of their performance to accommodate large fuel savings. The team at Ingram Park Nissan is hoping to put those concerns to rest with the help of its model research page on the 100-percent electric 2015 Nissan LEAF in San Antonio, Texas.
The 2015 Nissan LEAF runs exclusively on electric power. That means the vehicle is completely electric throughout its entire performance. Because the vehicle doesn't utilize any other fuel, it is able to churn out the equivalent of 126 miles per gallon with one full charge. Drivers can simply charge their LEAF at home or at another designated charging station to travel longer without ever paying for fuel again.
One of the biggest concerns drivers have when it comes to electric vehicles is running out of charge. The reality is, the average driver in the United States only travels an average of 33 miles a day or less. When the LEAF is fully charged, it has an average driving range of up to 84 miles, which is more than enough to accommodate drivers' daily driving schedules.
The vehicle works in conjunction with the CARWINGS® information system to keep drivers updated on their vehicle's performance. The system offers information on the LEAF's remaining charge, allows drivers to active preset cabin climate settings and locate the nearest charging posts. The system also gives drivers the opportunity to start charging the vehicle remotely.
Those hoping to add more efficiency to their drive can learn more about the 2015 Nissan LEAF at Ingram Park Nissan. The dealership can be reached at its responsive website at www.ingramparknissan.com or by phone at 855-846-6288.
Media Contact: Rob Malanowski, Ingram Park Nissan, 855-846-6288, email@example.com
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